I would never describe my style as sexy, but I would definitely describe this bodysuit from Reformation as such. According to the brand’s website, this bodysuit will make you feel 50-75% spicier and they weren’t kidding. I’d say I felt a bit spicy in it! Haha. (I can’t even take myself seriously saying that.)
I think this bodysuit works for me and my style because I don’t have much in the way of boobs, so it doesn’t come across as overtly sexy. I mean, there isn’t much cleavage going on in the pictures below.
By adding the floral duster from Free People and my new favorite rust booties, this outfit was just an amped up or slightly sexier version of my usual style. The only downside is that it takes a solid 10 minutes to use the bathroom because you essentially have to undress completely. But hey, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do!
I didn’t get to watch the red carpet live last night because I went to see 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (which by the way is a great movie) with my fiance, but I was checking out the fashions on my phone!
While there were several who really stole the show, overall I wasn’t super impressed with what I saw. For example, Julianne Moore always looks great, but last night that green Givenchy gown just didn’t do it for me. And Eva Longoria just looked like she was trying too hard. As for Sofia Vergara, well she looked gorgeous as per usual, I just wasn’t feeling the bright pink hue of her gown.
There were still some gowns (and a jumpsuit) that I loved. Check them out below…
It’s currently blizzarding outside (and yes I am aware that blizzarding is not a word, but we’re just going to go with it,) and I figured I would put together an inspiration post. I may not be a huge fan of the cold, but I do love layers, chunky knits and the neutral colors that always come with the winter season.
I love the combination of cream, grey, white, tan, black…the list goes on. These shades look so luxe together and I really am a fan of the camel color which seems to be growing in popularity this season.
I tried to go outside for a bit, mainly because my fiance wanted to go “play” in the snow, but I didn’t last long. The snow was blowing all up in my face and I was not a fan. Call me a wimp, but I’ll wait till the snow stops falling and then I’ll venture out again. In the meantime enjoy these photos!!
I have to say that overall, I really enjoyed this red carpet. While the interviews always seem a bit awkward and rushed, the fashion is what does it for me.
I was quite pleased by the amount of color on the carpet this year. While I had some issues with the shape and silhouette of several gowns (ahem America Ferrera,) I was really pleased with the pops of red, green and yellow. Oh and did you all see Kate Hudson in pale pink?! Damn girl!!
The red carpet first timers always give me something to look forward to and man did they bring it! Brie Larson looked gorgeous in her custom Calvin Klein number and Alicia Vikander went fashion-forward in Louis Vuitton. Though my fiance thought it looked like an apron (that was actually the first thing he said when he saw it; “Is she wearing an apron?!”) Alicia can totally make an apron fashionable!
There was also quite a lot of shimmer and sparkle on the carpet — Uzo Aduba, Olivia Wilde, Kate Bosworth, Melissa McCarthy — and I’m not always a fan of the sequins, but some of these gowns actually made me take a second look (but I still didn’t put many in my best dressed list.)
One of the biggest disappointments of the night? Channing Tatum’s hair! Not a fan, but I’m just going to hope it looks like that for an upcoming movie role or something…
Christy Dawn you can do no wrong. As per usual, I spent some money that I probably should have put into savings on this beauty below, but I really couldn’t help myself. Not only are all of Christy’s dresses gorgeous and so easy to wear, but they are also sustainably made.
This dress in particular was made from deadstock ribbed cotton. If you’re not familiar with the term deadstock, it refers to vintage fabric or the unused fabric which was left over by fashion houses at the end of the season. Essentially, it is fabric that may have gone to waste had Christy not breathed new life into it!
This dress is perfect for the cooler weather because it is made from a thicker material and has long sleeves. Oh, it also has pockets and it’s uber comfortable too!!